The migration of email accounts from the current email server to the Microsoft Exchange server has started. Information about migration and additional resources are available at the Email Migration website.
If you are unable to log in on the current email server, your email account may have been migrated. Please go to Outlook Web App and log in with your CoyoteID and MyCoyote password.
By logging into their CSUSB email accounts, users accept the terms and conditions of CSUSB policies, including the Acceptable Use Policy for Electronic Communication.
CSUSB will never ask you for your username and password in an email. Please do not respond to any such email messages and change your password if you have
Automatic aging of old email messages stored in "Trash" folders continues on the central CSUSB email server ("mail.csusb.edu") as well as on the Exchange email server ("exchange.csusb.edu"). Any email messages in "Trash" folders, older than 30 days, will be deleted from the CSUSB email server.
Faculty/Staff Web Mail
If your email ends in @csusb.edu your account is on the Faculty/Staff Web Mail system and you can log in below. If your email ends in @coyote.csusb.edu your account is on the Student CoyoteMail system.
Information for Faculty and Staff
If you do not yet have a CSUSB email address, please visit the TNS Email Office in the west wing (wedge) of the Pfau Library, PL-028, with your Coyote OneCard. Please call ahead at 909-537-5120 (or x75120 on campus) to verify that a staff member will be available to assist you.
If you have forgotten your password, or if you have trouble signing into your email account, please visit or contact the TNS Email Office.
If you have not yet activated your MyCoyote account, please read the What's next after acquiring a CSUSB email account? document for information on activation and security training.
Information for Students
Your CSUSB email address can be found in your MyCoyote Student Center under Personal Information.
If this is your first time using your CSUSB email account, please read the Student CoyoteMail FAQ page. For assistance signing in, please visit the ACM computer lab in the west wing (wedge) of the Pfau Library, PL-1109. For all other assistance please call the TNS Email Office at 909-537-5120 (or x75120 on campus).